About the book:
Five very different people hear a voice, have a feeling, or are at unrest with themselves. All five have very strong feelings and each responds to those feelings.|
God speaking, stirring and leading them. All five of them brought together to do what? None of the five began their journey with a clear understanding of what God wanted them to do. Faith and the understanding that they had been led to each other enveloped each of them. Never is their wildest dreams could they have known the drama and turmoil that was ahead of them and their nation.
The Turning renews to us that God is still heard and followed in our times. Blind faith and obedience by these five people is so refreshing.
A concept born in a nation, by a man that could forever change the culture of the nation. The Turning takes us long with the five "called" people through drama, threats and malicious actions of those around them.
The Turning is an uplifting renewal that God speaks, is heard and obeyed.
About Davis Bunn
T. DAVIS BUNN, a native of North Carolina, has lived in Europe for thirty-five years. Davis' academic background includes degrees in psychology and economics from Wake Forest University and a master's degree in finance from the City University of London. Fluent in three languages, he has traveled extensively in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Davis enjoys a particularly strong following in the inspirational market, often ranking on the Christian Booksellers' Association bestseller lists. He has collaborated with Janette Oke, one of the leading names in Christian publishing, on a series of novels. Davis is a New York Times Bestselling author and has garnered a number of industry honors, including three Christy Awards for excellence in historical and suspense fiction.
Davis teaches in the Creative Writing Programme at the University of Oxford, where he holds an appointment as a Core Lecturer in the subject of fiction. He splits his time between Oxford and Florida with his wife Isabella.
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